topics discussed. Abubakar has long enjoyed support from the business elite. October 11, 2018, lagos, Oct 11 (Reuters) - Nigerian ex-head of state Olusegun Obasanjo backed his former deputy on Thursday for next years presidential election, ending a public feud that had threatened to undermine the main opposition candidate. The country emerged in 2017 from its first recession in 25 years but economic growth remains sluggish and inflation is above the central banks single-digit target. The report especially focuses on jobs under the looming demographic tidal wave, improved cities, and faster policy implementation. By, ross J Burland, aug 19, 22:44 GMT, weekend highlights: Italy, Turkey, ECB, China, Brexit, North Korea - its all here. You have capacity to perform better than the incumbent. By, eren Sengezer, aug 17, 13:20 GMT, uSD/JPY outlook still unclear, rangebound likely near term UOB.
As Nigerian companies rely on foreign currencies like.S. Abubakar, 71, told Reuters earlier this year that if elected he would privatise parts of the state oil company and allow the naira currency to float to attract foreign investment. By, omkar Godbole, aUG 20, 03:37 GMT, the USD/TRY hourly chart shows a falling wedge breakout - a bullish pattern - which indicates the pullback from the recent high.08 has ended and the bulls are back in a commanding position. The 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa This week, from Wednesday, May 3, to Friday, May 5, the 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa (WEF Africa) was held in Durban, South Africa. In April, the Nigerian Central Bank opened up a new foreign exchange window, with the exclusive purpose of selling foreign currencies to SMEs, while said companies allegedly were being crowded out of forex markets by large firms. Whenever or wherever you might have offended me, as a Christian who asks for Gods forgiveness of my sins and inadequacies on daily basis, I forgive and I sincerely advise you to learn from the past, said Obasanjo. By, matas Salord, aug 17, 19:30 GMT, eUR/USD technical view - Rabobank. Through this new forex window, the Central Bank of, nigeria aims to offer each SME up to 20,000 per quarter.